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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 12 June 1902

PLYMOUTH UNE WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 1 2. I902. NO. 3G B 7 i j M ,1 DEAD AND DYING TAKEN FROM DITCH Crowded Sunday Excursion Train Wrecked at Black River, Mich. ONE MAN LOSES HIS LIFE Three Probably Fatally Hurt and Fifiy Others Injured. Alpena, Mich., June 9. One man was killed, three probably fatally hurt, and nearly fifty oth ers severely injured when a crowded excursion train was wrecked at Black River yester day. The train, which consisted of twelve coaches, all crowded, was running at a high rate of speed when the crash came. The excursion was under the auspices of the German Aid soci ety of Alpena.. When the train reached Black river thejtender jumped the track.Qj Engineer Hopper instantly set the brakes and reversed his engine. The sudden stop threw the first three coaches off the track and into the ditch. The first car was thrown half around and the -next two coaches plowed into it and cut it in two. August Gromnski, the only person killed...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 12 June 1902

Zbe tribune. EatablUhed October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnone No. 527. OFFICE In Blssell Block. Corner L porteS tree t. Center and v.jV LUllSlNb HATES will be md mown on application. Entered the Postoffice atPlymouth. Ind.a second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Yer In Advance $.y; Six Months 75 cents; Three Months 40 cents.de llvered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., June 12, 1902. Making a virtue of necessity, the Boers are for a new flag and an appropriation. One of the lessons of the South African war is that cool courage and trained marksmanship are a hard com bination to beat. It is England that pays the cash in demnity in making terms with the Boers, but it is money well and economically invested. Oregon has elected the first mem bers to the next House, and both its districts ar3 "overwhelmingly republican-" It is a good leginning. If the republicans of Oregon know why they lost the election of govern or, let theni correct the mistakes that led to it, ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 12 June 1902

PRESIDENT HILL . LAUDS TRUSTS In Speech to Club Says striction of Commerce is Fatal Mistake. Re- DEFENDS TUE RAILROADS Sentiments Concerning Traffic and Iates Loudly Applauded by Members of th: Association. Chicago, June 5 "Should the interstate commerce commission be given rate-making power it would have absolute dominion over the commerce of the coun try and over all interests depend ing upon commerce. It is to be feared that evils would result from the granting and exercise of such power compared with "which the existing or alleged ex isting evils are as nothing' In these words James J. Hill, president of the Great Northern railroad, addressing 350 members of the Illinois Manufacturers' as sociation and their guests at the banquet hall in the Auditorium hotel last night, argued against the granting of great power to the commission that exercises jurisdiction over traffic among the states. He declared that rates depended upon conditions existing between the railroads and other car...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 12 June 1902

Zhc tribune. EstablUbcd October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. leleprioue No. -7. OFFICE In Bissell Block. Corner Center and LaporteStreet. kiVi..BTISIS( KATES will be mnd known on application Entered the Postoffice at Plymouth, Ind.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: Per week. lOo, delivered by carrier. Single copies. 2c. Plymouth, Ind.. June II. 1902. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year In Advance $M; Six Months. 75 cents; -Three Months 40 cents.de Uvered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., June 12, 1902. THE STATE TICKET. Secretarj of State. DANIEL K.STCRMS. Auditor of state. DAVID E. SHEKRICK. Treaiurei of State, NAT D.HILL. Attorney General, CHARLES Y. MILLER. CWW Supreme Court. ROBERT A. BROWN. Superintendent of Public Instruction, F. A. COTTON. State Statistician. BENJ. F. JOHNSON. State Geoloelst. W.S. B LATCH LEY. Jcdge Supreme Court, Fifth Distrl.-t, JullN H. GILLETT, Judges Appellate Court, FRANK It. ROBY, ü- Z. WILET. W,J DEN LEY. JAMES K. BLACK, I V. COM STOCK. W. E. ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 12 June 1902

Levi Lauer. ENAMELED WAME Made in Austria. Every piece warranted for 5 years. Just arrived. Call and see them. J0MR1 V. ASTLEY AND SON Leaders in Good Goods, Low Prices and Honest Weights. TLbe ZEribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth, Ind., June 12, 1302. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB CNE mct be in be fore Tuesday noon to in sure tnelr appearance in the issue of tha week. LOCAL NEWS Farmers institute at Culver Satur day June 14. - The Pvthian carnival at Kokomo commences June 1". Aulur Wiser, of South Bend, visit ed in tliis city Sunday. Mr. M. L. Hill is visiting her par ents i.i Rochester this week. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Seybold visited over Sunday with relatives in Chicago. TV. II. Bollman, of Knox, spent Sunday with his family in this city. Mrs. Richard Williamson is resting at the Larwill sanif im this week. Miss Frances Emer ju spent Sunday with Miss Carrie Elliott at Tippeca noe. L. E. McGowen, of Harris, has gone to Valparaiso to work for several months. Miss...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 12 June 1902

BIG STRIKE SETTLED Teamsters Agree to Go Back to Work, Believing They Have Won a Victory. PEACE REIGNS IN CHICAGO Teamster's Strike Settled by a Confer ence of Union Men and PacXers. Chicago June G The agree ment entered into between the packers and their teamsters early yesterday morning was formally ratified at a meeting of the union held later, in the day, and the conflict which had disturbed Chi cago for the past ten days was brought to a close. The strik ers returned to work this morn ing. There was a feeling of gen eral satisfaction on all sides over the settlement of the most bitter strife Chicago has witnessed in eight years. Strikers regard the settlement as a victory for their cause, and point to the fact that it is the first time the packers have ever signed an agreement. The pack ers are also satisfied, as the agreement does not say in so many words that the union must be recognized. P. W.Job, chair man of the state board of arbi tration, who paved the way for a settleme...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 12 June 1902

JUL deb UUAJ The Best Quality of Standard Binder Ll every ball guaranteed rU pound AT- Buck's Cash Hardware LEADER IN LOW PRICES Qbe tribune HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth. Ind., June 12, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB CNE mcst be i before Tuesday noor to in sure tnetr appearance In the Issue f tha week. LOCAL NEWS Harry Kleckner made a business trip to Chicago Saturday. D. R. Alleraan, of Argos, has gone to St. Louis to take treatment for cancer. The work of putting up the new postofflce in the Mattingly building has begun. Mr. and Mrs. tot Marble, or Ber rien, Michigan, were hi-ie on a visit of a few days. The Culver students are leaving for home and the baggage rooms here are filled -with trunks. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Smith, of Ak ron, returned home Thursday after visiting their daughter, Mrs. Clayton Dukes. Claud, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. ..v. 1. II IVMttli Ulk? uwu uuiiv , sick with typhoid fever, is now much improved. Mrs. Samuel Gay has retu-ned to h...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 12 June 1902

FIFTEEN KILLED IN TORNADO Fierce Storm Sweeps Through Becker County Minnesota. BUILDINGS ARE DEMOLISHED Two Persons Carried Eighty Rods With out Injury Big Property Loss Reported. Detroit, Minn., June 11. Fifteen persons are reporte.d killed and 100,000 Yorth of property damage done yesterday by a tornado which swept Becker county and region to the north west. The greatest damage was in the southwestern part of the White Earth reservation in Wal worth and Atlantic townships. Near Voss postoffice Mrs. Berg was killed by flying tim bers while seeking shelter. Ten other persons are reported in jured and the homes of nine fam ilies destroyed! The Norwegian Lutheran church at Atlanta was destroyed. Ole Johnsonberg and his son were picked up and carried a quarter of a mile by the storm, but were uninjured. The Spangelo church was de molished, as were several barns The path of the storm was three miles long and a mile wide, every structure in this tract be ing demolished. The merchants of ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 June 1902

fi PLYMOUTH WEEKLY EDITION VOLUME I PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1902. NO. 37 THE BUNE j f: MINERS' STRIKE HAS COST $30,000,000 Nearly 200,000 Men Idle and Leaders Claim Number is Increasing. WILL COST $1,000,000 A DAY Operators, Workmen, and Business Frms Begin to Feel the Result of the Great Struggle. Wilkesbarre, Pa., June 16 The strike of the miners in the anthracite coal regions of Penn sylvania has now been in pro gress five weeks, at a cost of al most $30,000,000 in cash. The figures are likely soon to reach an average of 81,000,000 a day. S. M. Sexton of the United Mine workers' official organ, the Journal, publishes the following official synopsis of the organized strikers in both soft and hard coal districts. Anthracite district, 147,000 men out, 95 per cent of the en gineers, firemen, and pumpmen out; railroad men refuse to han dle non-union coal. In the Virginias, total number of miners is 28,000; total number idle, 25,000; gains being made daily. In Michigan, e...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 June 1902

. I ZTbe tribune.- Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telephone o. -7. OFFICE In Blssell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. lOYXBTISINO KAI Kb wili tue ind iohwd on application. Entered ttit Foatoffice at Pljruoath. led.. s sevoid class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance fi.50; Six Monthsl75 cents;Three Months 40 centc.de livered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., June 19, 1902. The isthmain (Janal cannot be made a partisan question. There heing no American army to defame, a class of senators are silent vhile the debate is going on. Although England is now at peace, the estimate of the treasury deficit as revised for the coming year is $120, 000,000. Uncle Sam would certainly feel uncomfortable if running behind at that rate. Paul Kruger, once president of the Transvaal republic, is really a man without a country. He was responsi ble for bringing on the war, but was not consulted regarding the negotia tions for peace. Just as the reorganizes ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 June 1902

3 3 4 J- TORNADO SWEEPS CENTRAL ILLINOIS Buildings Torn and Shattered and Inmates Crushed in the Ruins. FOURTEEN PERSONS KILLED Crops Ruined by Hurricane's Fury and Torrential RainWinds Force 100 Miles an Hour. Chicago, June 12 A tornado swept pathway 100 miles wide and nearly 200 miles long, marked by the loss of fourteen lives, the destruction of hundreds of build ings and the devastation of crops, is the result of the furious storm which late Tuesdny night and early Wednesday caused a loss of over 1,000,000 in central - Illinois. Commencing in Cham paign county on the east, the area swept bare by wind and rain passes through Ford, De Witt, McLean, Woodford, Taze well, Logan, Peoria and Mason counties. From many towns in each of these counties reports have been received showing how great has been the destruction, and the es timates which are given in the dispatches from the towns fail to show what will be the total loss when the damage done to tee crop? and the live stock of the f...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 June 1902

Ehe Gritmnel Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Telepnone No.557. , OFFICE In Blsscll Block. Corner Center n3 Laporte Street. 1DTZBTI8INQ BITES will be mad knows on application. Bntertd töe Postoffice at Plymouth. Ir-J.. as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance fx.50; S'x Months!75 certs JThree Months 40 cents.de Uverel at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., June 19. 1902. THE STATE TICKET. Secretary of State. DANIELE. STCRMS. Auditor of State, DAVID E. SH ERRICK. Treasurei uf State, NAT D.HILL. Attorney Genera!, CH AKLES W. M ILLI'R. Clerk Supreme Court. ROBERT A. BROWN. Superintendent of Fubllc Instruction, F. A. COTTON. State Statistician, BENJ. F. JOHNSON. State Geologist, W.S. B LATCH LEY. Judge Supreme Court, Fifth District, John h. gillett. Judges Appellate Court, FRANK 11. ROB V, U. Z. WILEY, W.J HENLEY. .TAME H. BLAC K, I W.COMSTOCK. W. E. 1.0BINM)N. COUNTY TICKET. "R preventative In C- nsrress, ABRAHAM LINCOLN BRICK. Rf preentatlTe,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 June 1902

LAWN MOWER 16-inch, guaranteed . Buck's Cask Hardware Leader in Low Prices, HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. - Plymouth, Ind., June 19, 1902. Advertisement to appear In THETKIR CNE'm:t be i before Tuesday noon to in sure tnetr appearance in the l98ue of tha LOCAL NEWS John Hay visited over Sunday in ew Carlisle. Mr. aud Mrs. Fred Seiders -spent Sunday imCbicago. Fred Logan broke his little finger at BremenvSunday. Fred Linkenhelt has gne to Terre Haute to take a position, . Charles Uletsel. of Atgos, speutSun day -with friends in this city. .JamesS. Brink and family, of South Bend are visiting in this city. kelson McLaughlin has accepted :a position at -Shoemakers restaurant. .Seven children have been received atürightside during the past week. Thomas JCleckner is reported qui ie sick. at his home near the turn-table. Miss Maude Lampson is visiting her grandmother in Bourbon, this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. IL Wilcox have gone to Logansport to visit until Sun day. Eight ithou&and peo...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 June 1902

BEET-SUGAR MEN IN THE SADDLE They Will Make the Most of Cuba's Contribution to the Cause of Reciprocity. FIGHT WILL NOW PROCEED Thurber's Testimony Will be Flashed in the Faces of the Administration Sectors at Every Turn. Washington, June 13 The disclosures before .the Cuban committee of the senate to the effect that Gen. Leonard Wood, as military governor of Cuba, spent 8,500 of Cuba's money in 'creating public sentiment" for the Cuban relief bill, and that President Havemeyer, of the sugar trust,' had paid out at least $2,5C0 for the same purpose, can not be ignored by congress. To the minds of many legisla tors the vouchers now on exhi bition show a connecting link be tween reciprocity and the sugar trust. Opponents of reciprocity were in need of a "last straw," and they are not neglecting to make most of the disclosures. They hint today at other embarassing transactions. The testimony of B. F. Thurber will probably not change the attitude of the admin istration senators, but it ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 June 1902

C Telephon BMBLBB WARE Made in Austria. Every piece warranted for 5 years. Just arrived. Call and see them. ON MM V. ASTLEY ARID S LeaJers in Good Goods, Low Prices and Honest Weight. A iyus ill have weekly band concerts TLbe TEribune. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. Plymouth. Ind., Juie 19, 1902. Advertisements to appear In THE TKIB 0E mcst be 1 before Tuesday noon to in ure tnetr appearance in ilit issue oi tu i week. LOCAL NEWS Prof. Martin caught a fine lot of fish at Pretty Lake Wednesday. Arthur Twin returned t Marinette, Wisconsin Thursday afternoon. Prof, lteuhelt, of Bourbon, is serv ing on the jury this term of court. George O. Work has gone to Mcxi eo, Miami county, for a visit of a few days. Mrs. Hattie Campbell, of Hammond, is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. Vm. P meroy. Ed J3rillhurt has disposed of his business interests in Montpelier and will return to Bourbon. The Catholic church at Warsaw was struck by lightning Wednesday morn ing and damaged considerably. The d...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 19 June 1902

REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TOJUNE,14, 1 902 . . AS FURNISHED BT ' CRESSNER & CO., - Owners of the only abstract books In the county. Abstracts of title to all real estate In Marhall county compiled promptly tna accurately. Edward B Porter and wife warran ty deed to Eva and W II Forter, lot 1 Torters suo div of Bay View Place; consideration S500, ' . James M Alexander and wife war ranty deed to Isaac II Alexander n hf of sw q of sec 28, T 33, R 1; consider tion $1. AYm J Rankin and wife warranty deed to Otis D Keebert lot 20 Brown lees con add to Plymouth; considera tion $1000.' Eliza Cunningham warranty deed to Ella Moore 29-SO a, n of r r in nw q cf sec 5 M R L; consideration $800. Charles II Inks and wife warranty deed to Hester Williams ne q of sw q of sec 34, T 35, II 2 ex 10 a s q in sw cor; consideration $1462. Henry E Goheen and wife warranty deed to Charles II Inks ne q of sw q of sec 34, T 35, R 2; consideration $2 375. Marne O and John W Poland war ranty deed to Wert A Beid...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 26 June 1902

TD) .YMOU IBUN WEEKLY EDITION. Recorders office nfebOl PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 2(. 1902. NO- 39 VOLUME I TH .1 1 'i i I if ; ' 1 7 7 v i I w - 1 KING EDWARD NEAR, DEATH He Undergoes an Operation and His Life Is in Danger. THE CORONATION IS PUT OFF Festivities Turned Into a Hush of Sorrow and Mourning Social and Business Arrangements Paralyzed. London, June 25. Early on Tuesday morning the physicians found that an operation was nec essary to save the life of the king of England. The disease from which he is suffering is almost the same as appendicitis, and is an inflammation, including the formation of an abscess of the tissues around the veriform ap pendix. The operation was performed at 2 o'clock in the afternoon and was successful, but the king's life is still trembling in the bal ance, and while hopes of his re covery are entertained he may die withir twenty-four hours. A brief notice has been pub lished, as a result of which the entire state, social and business arrang...

Publication Title: Plymouth Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 26 June 1902

JLhc TEtibime. Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. t Mfiin No. if?. Of-FlCE in Bissell Block. Corner Center and Laporte Street. ivr.ÜTltflM KATES will be mad Knows od application. Entert-d tbe Poetoffice at Plymouth. Ind.. at secoLd class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Year in Advance $1.50; Six Months centsiThree Months 40 cent.de llvered at any postoffice. Plymouth, Ind., Junel26, 1902. THE STATE TICKET. Secretary of State, DANIEL E.STCRUS. Auditor of State, DAVID E. SU ERRICK. Treasure i of State, NAT U.HILL. Attorney General, CHARLES W. MILLER. Clerk Supreme Court, ROBERT A. BROWN. Superintendent of Public Instruction, F. A. COTTON. State Statistician, BENJ. F. JoUNSON. State Geologist, W. S. BLATCHLEY. Judge Supreme Court, Fifth District, JOHN H. GILLETT, Judges Appellate Court, FRANK R. ROBY, U.Z. WILEY, W.J n EN LEY. JAMES K. BLACK, D W. COM STOCK. W. E. ROBINSON. COUNTY TICKET. Rf pre$entatiTe in Ci njrress, ABRAHAM LINCOLN BRICK. Representatlre, PETER ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 26 June 1902

SENATE ADOPTS PANAMA ROUTE Spooncr Substitute for the Hep burn Bill Accepted by a Vote of 42 to 34 BUT TWO AMENDMENTS MADE Provision Made for Issuing $130,000,000 in 2 Per Cent Bonds for Construc tion of the lithmian Canal. Washington, June 19 .The Spooner substitute for the Hep burn canal bill was adopted by the senate yesterday ai:d confer ees appointed to represent the senate to reach an agreement with the house. The Spooner substitute provides for the pur chase -of the Panama canal for 40.030,000, but if the Panama company cannot give a good title the president is authorized to construct a canal by the Nicara gua route. The victory of Pan ama is complete. The vote in the senate was 42 to 34, or a ma jority of eight for the Spooner substitute. The ote in favor of the Spooner bill was almost en tirely republican, only one dem ocrat, Jones of Arkansas, and Teller, who now calls himself an independent, voting with the forty republicans who supported that bill. Senator Morgan, after ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth tribune. — 26 June 1902

TEbe Uttbune. t Established October 10. 1901. HENDRICKS & CO., Publishers. t Telepnoue No. 7. 1 OFFICE .In Bissel! Block. Corner Center and 1 La port Street. YüTI31Nli EAT ES will be made mown on application. altered the Poetoffice at Plymouth, Iod.. as I secotd class matter. SUBSCRIPTION: One Tfear In Advance $1.50; t Six Months!75 cents; Three Months 40 cents.de iivered at any postoffice. ! Plymouth, Ind., Jane 26, 1902. Vt. J. Bryan denounces Cleveland's idea of harmony as presented in bis speech at the Tilden dinner. h Every democrat leader professes to want harmony, but he continues to toot his own horn, in utter disregard of the other members of the band. If it was the purpose of Mr. Cleve land in his latest address to bury the hatchet in regard to Bryanism he seems to have left an ax as a head stone to mark the spot. Mr. Cleveland's addresses still deal with what he conceives to be an ideal tariff, but the tariff his party made during his administration was a monstrosity ...

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